Audeze iSINE 20 In-Ear Headphones with Standard Cable

Audeze iSINE 20 In-Ear Headphones with Standard Cable

Audeze iSINE 20 In-Ear Headphones with Standard Cable

B&H # AU110IE10150 MFR # 110-IE-1015-01
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Product Highlights

  • Planar Magnetic Drivers
  • Premium Materials for Durability
  • Universal Fit
  • 10 Hz to 50 kHz Frequency Response
  • Sleek Contemporary Design
  • Ear Hooks and Earlocks for Comfort
  • 4.9' Audio Cable with 1/8" Plug
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The iSINE 20 In-Ear Headphones with Standard Cable from Audeze are a model up from the iSINE 10. They feature an even longer Uniforce voice-coil that covers the ultra-thin diaphragms to a greater extent, which provides better control and responsiveness for natural bass, clarity, and improved imaging. They are equipped with Planar drivers, Fluxor magnets, and ultra-thin diaphragms, and can be used with iPods, iPhones, and iPads.

These headphones include a pair of ear hooks and Earlocks for all-day comfort. They barely weigh .71 oz (20 grams) and are built with power-enhancing Fluxor magnets that double the magnetic driving force on the ultra-thin diaphragms. Their Uniforce voice-coil technology delivers an accurate in-ear headphone experience with distortion less than 0.1% overall, even at high volumes. In addition, the included 4.9' audio cable has a 1/8" stereo plug input to a 2-pin plug output that connects directly to the headphones.

UPC: 819343011181
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Audeze iSINE 20 In-Ear Headphones with Standard Cable
  • 4.9' Audio Cable, 1/8" Stereo Plug Input to 2-Pin Plug Output
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Audeze 110-IE-1015-01 specs

    Design In-Ear (Intra-Aural)
    Driver Size 1.2" / 30 mm
    Driver Type Planar, Semi-Open
    Magnet Type Neodymium
    Number of Drivers Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Noise Cancellation Type Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Noise Attenuation Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Frequency Response 10 Hz to 50 kHz
    Sensitivity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Impedance 24 Ohms
    Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL) 120 dB
    Maximum Power Handling 3000 mW
    Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) 0.1%
    Pickup Pattern Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Frequency Response Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Sensitivity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Impedance Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Type Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Audio Connector 1/8" (3.5 mm)
    Connector Plating Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Adapter (Included) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Design Not Specified by Manufacturer
    In-Line Remote/Microphone Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Full Remote OS Support Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Cable Length Not Specified by Manufacturer
    IP Rating Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Certifications Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Material of Construction Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (W x H x D) Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight 0.71 oz / 20 g without Cable
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 6.9 x 2.9"

    Audeze 110-IE-1015-01 reviews

    iSINE 20 In-Ear Headphones with Standard Cable is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Speakers in your ears! So, let me give you folks my background first. I am addicted to in-ear monitor earphones. What's in my collection? Let's see...Ultimate Ears UE 18 customs, Shure SE846, RHA CL1 plus the DACAMP, Final Audio Piano Forte VII, Grado GR10, and a couple of odds-and-end. The Audeze iSine I have to same is the fullest, and richest sound out of my collection. The soundstage is brilliant. The highs are crisp and clean, sharp. The mids are exactly where they should be, and the bass is realistic and not exaggerated, even with the bassy techno I sometimes listen to. And despite the awkward BMW designed over-ear in-ear thing, they stay in place surprisingly well, especially with the Surefire silicon ear clippy things (I have no idea what they are called). I would probably suggest going with the silicone eartips, since the Comply foam tips would be a pain to put into place. Now one thing to be clear with this, this is planar magnetic technology and is an open-back design. So if you're on a subway, you are going to potentially be that annoy guy (or girl), that people will be able to hear all the high-hat crashes. Couple with that, if the sound is going out, other sounds are going they aren't really noise cancelling, nor are they really meant to be. That open-back design is what gives these earphones the amazing soundstage capabilities it holds. So this is great to listen to in at work (if you're not in earshot of coworkers) or at home, and maybe in the park. These won't be a good option for plane trips, or subways. These are totally my favorites, and shine across pretty much all genres of music.
    Date published: 2017-02-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like quality open back headphones, but without the bulk TL;DR: Incredibly impressive In-Ears, but know what you're getting into if you do not plan to use the Cipher cable. To be clear, I do not have any iProducts, so I did not buy the cipher cable. I was just curious about how planar magnetic drivers would work in a pair of in-ears. The best set of in-ears I previously owned are the Aurisonics ASG 2.0, which I use when I'm not at home, but I typically use a set of Sennheiser HD700's when I am. The only DAC and Amp I use and have ever owned are the Schiit Modi 2 and Magni 2. When these arrived, I quickly took them out of the box, set the tips and ear hooks up (I personally think the Earlocks don't work too well with these, due to the weight) and plugged it into my amp. I was immediately taken aback with how terrible a specific portion of the mids sounded. The highs and bass were incredibly clear, but it was like I was listening to the mids through a set of $2 ear buds from the early 2000's. This was immediately apparent with vocals and certain instruments, like trumpet. I knew something wasn't right. I thought that I had the wrong set of ear tips on. I tried all the ones that these came with, and some from my other sets of in-ears, but there wasn't much of a difference. It didn't make any sense. It wasn't until I browsed through the various headphone forums that I found out what was wrong. The Cipher cable not only is a DAP, but also an EQ. The EQ was needed to correct the muddy mids (I am still perplexed as to why this is the case). Apparently fans of Audeze generally have an understanding that the Cipher cable is almost a necessity. I was fortunate enough to see a post by a specialist from Audeze, who provided parametric EQ settings to recreate the EQ from the Cipher cable. The difference was unbelievable. With all the elements in place I could finally appreciate the finer aspects of these earphones. The clarity of the bass and highs exceed the Aurisonics, and are approximately on par with the HD700's. The bass generally feels like it has more impact than both without compromising on precision. I no longer hear any issues with the mids, though the EQ settings seem to have altered the balance a little (relative to what I believe should be a flat response). Soundstage and instrument separation exceeds the Aurisonics. Instrument separation is similar to what I hear with the HD700's, but the soundstage is closer to what I experience with earphones rather than with open backed headphones. In other words, the soundstage is wider than anything I've experienced with in-ears in the past, but there isn't the same sense of space that I get with the HD700's. Perhaps this is similar to what you'd experience with closed back headphones (never owned any, so can't say)? Similar to my experience with the HD700's increasing volume does not seem to increase distortion to the sound. I've tried to explain the general sound the best I can, but I can't quite express how interesting these are to listen to. It's hard to describe, but I really enjoy listening to these. These isolate better than full open back headphones. There is a little bit of sound coming in, but nearly nothing leaking out . It might be an illusion, but I think I'm hearing a very faint hissing sound while wearing these, kind of like with seashell resonance. It's barely perceptible, and I know it's not coming from my system, since I can still perceive it when I don't have these plugged in. It's not serious enough to complain about. Caveats: -A multi-band EQ will not be sufficient to recreate the exact PEQ settings from the Cipher cable. I tried, and compared to what I get with inputting the values into software with a PEQ, and it's not even close. You can get something that sounds pretty good messing around with multi-band EQ, but all attempts I've tried were noticeably off. I'm using JRiver Media Center for playback, so PEQ is not an issue, but it's one thing for non-Cipher users to keep in mind if you're looking for portability. -These are definitely more uncomfortable to wear for extended periods of time than both the Aurisonics and the HD700's. Overall, I am very glad I took a chance in trying these out. Some may say that earphones of this cost should not require any additional EQ, but the end result makes up for it in my opinion. If these sound appealing to you, and if you've got some extra cash in your pocket, I'd say give these a try. They will probably be worth your while!
    Date published: 2017-02-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cipher Cable Is Necessary Well I made the mistake of buying them without the DAP/DAC cable, and the mids are definitely wild. It's also impossible to find anyone selling the cable only. However, they still sound excellent. Fast shipping and best price as always with B and H. They're worth it with the Cipher Cable.
    Date published: 2018-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best earphones (IEM) I've ever used The iSine 20 are the best sounding earphones I've ever used, hands down. From good highs to a nice deep base. These earphones play base properly and are not base-heavy like Beats headphones. There is a slight smoothing of the audio, so a small amount of fine detail is lost. Considering how much better these are compared to other earphones, the slight loss of detail is perfectly acceptable.
    Date published: 2017-07-17
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